Sometimes Windows updates make crazy and will cause some issues. So you maybe want to uninstall them. We will learn you how to uninstall Microsoft Windows 10 updates.
For example, Microsoft released their October 2019 Patch Tuesday updates, but the “KB4517389” or “KB4524570” update will cause the Cisco AnyConnect VPN to stop working. or recently the Windows VPN (L2TP over IPsec) connection broke after the January 2022 update. If you are in trouble with this, simply uninstall these updates.
the KB numbers may be different and you maybe need to uninstall all recently installed updates.
How to uninstall Microsoft Windows 10 updates
First, open “Settings” from Start Menu and click on “Update & security”.
Then go to the “Windows Update” and find “View update history”.
On the next screen, click on “Uninstall updates”.
Find “Uninstall updates” at the top of the window.
You will then be presented with a screen showing a list of recent updates sorted by the installation date. You are able to search through all of the updates using the search box at the top right, so if you have the KB number of the update that is giving you the issue, you can search for that to find it quickly.
You can then select the update you want to uninstall and simply click the “Uninstall” button.
How to uninstall Microsoft Windows 11 updates
First, Right-click on the Start Menu icon and select “Settings”.
Then, Go to “Windows Update” > “Update history” and find “Uninstall updates” in the “Related settings” section.
Here you can find the updates and uninstall them.
Don’t uninstall updates if you are not sure about it. Remember that you need to restart the Windows after uninstalling updates.